The Menara Tower Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is one of the tallest concrete towers in the world standing at 421m and built with 45,000 cubic metres of sturdy concrete. Designed with vertical ribs on the external surface the Tower weighs 100,000 tonnes and was built on no-piling freestanding land, the structure is currently the tallest tower in Southeast Asia.

At the top of the tower there is a revolving restaurant that offers stunning views of the surrounding area which includes the Bukit Nanas Forest, the only oldest gazetted forest reserve in the country. Age old trees, flora and fauna indigenous to tropical climes, the tale of the Jelutong Tree that moved the Menara and a recreational park with an open air gym are there for your exploration.

To find out the best time to visit Malaysia and to speak to someone that knows the area please call Jeanette our Far East luxury multi centre holiday specialist:

01923 289 100